Think Your Car Wreck May Be Related to the GM Ignition Problem? Contact Our Lawyers and We Will Help You Find Out

April 1, 2014  |  Class Actions

As news spreads of the GM recall and the dangers related to GM’s ignition switch problem, some people may be starting to see the reality of a previous GM-car wreck, one that they were in yet could never connect the dots between what happened, or what went wrong, and how they were — or were not — related.

Some drivers may have not hit anything at all, yet suffered head injuries, making it almost impossible for them to recall what happened. To hear them say it, they were "driving fine one minute, and the next minute in the hospital and fighting for life."

Because you did not hit anything and do not remember what happened, it may have been the only option for you to write it off as your own fault, not blaming anyone else or seeking legal assistance.

But as this news starts spreading, it’s time to look back and figure out what really happened once and for all. Because this may not have been something you did. Your car wreck and injury may be due to the GM faulty ignition problem, a problem that GM has been aware of — and has hidden from its consumers — for at least ten years according to The New York Times.

Our lawyers at Baron and Budd are currently providing free consultations to people who are connecting the dots, wondering if their car wreck was due to GM’s faulty ignition problem.

If you or someone you know suffered a serious injury while driving a vehicle included in the recent GM ignition recall, please call one of our lawyers at 818-839-2320 immediately or contact us here.

Even if your car has since been sold or even totaled, there still may be a chance that we can help you figure out what went wrong and pursue justice.

If you are unsure or think you may have a potential case, please don’t hesitate to contact us today.

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